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Las Vegas man added to Nevada casinos’ black list


Steve Marcus

A Black Book, a State Gaming Control Board list of people excluded from Nevada casinos, is displayed at the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas Monday, Feb. 13, 2012. At right is a page on former mobster Tony “The Ant” Spilotro, who was removed from the book only after his death.

CARSON CITY – A Las Vegas man is the latest addition to Nevada's “Black Book,” a list of 32 people barred from entering any casino in the state.

The Nevada Gaming Control added Gary F. Young to the list. Young has several gambling-related fraud and cheating convictions.

The board said Young, 70, has been the target of several investigations by the state agency. He is also known as Gary Miller and was last known to reside in Las Vegas.

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